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The Better.TV story "Something anything", originally aired on May 15, 2010 at 11:35AM. The story was classified under the "Food" category, and is related to the following topics: togo, bucket list, bowman, alisa, nightlong, something anything.
24 May 2010
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"its possible for a kid... who believes in his dreams, commits himself to them with his heart, to touch them, to have them happen" - Forrest Whittaker, 2007 Academy Awards For Forrest Whittaker his dream was acting.... what about for you? If you could win an award one day for something... anything... what would you want it to be for? We want to know.... (we had some technical issues on this episode... hope you'll bare with us... we think the humanity shines right thru)
5 Mar 2007
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Radio Free Exile trying to sell a t-shirt or bumper sticker, or something, anything.
4 Apr 2009
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*******www.LauraCahill**** - Calling all the "White Glove Inspectors" We have tried to find something, anything out of order in this side entrance colonial and we came up short. No kidding...even the gardens are meticulous. So if your friends think you are a little fussy and maybe you don't want to do any work, we think this Gulliver property may just be your perfect match. The location is central, near schools and sporting facilities like hockey, basketball, track and tennis. Give us a call we'd love to show you around! Real estate video tours by *******www.NashuaVideoTours****
22 Apr 2010
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Craig Hood's acoustic guitar and voice arrangement of Todd Rundgren's great song I Saw the Light from the 1972 Something/Anything? album. The guitar arrangement is based on the piano and guitars in the Terry Hall version. (Which is very similar to the original Todd rundgren version). Check out Craig hood at : *******www.craighood**** Check out Todd Rundgren at : *******www.tr-i****/
1 Aug 2010
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Here's the story: two talented teams of USC Film School students won the SUBWAY Fresh Artists™ Featured Filmmaker Challenge. One of these teams creates "Do Whatever" about two young men, Sam and Max, with potential... potential to Do Whatever. Unfulfilled in his job working at a law firm, Sam comes up with a brilliant alternative career path-- to do whatever. What is Do Whatever, exactly? It's all in the company's name. If you need something, anything done, they're your guys. Do Whatever finds Sam and Max in hilarious and unpredictable situations. But just as the business is taking off things get complicated by Helmi, Max's sweet online girlfriend who lives in Finland. As their long distance relationship deepens, Sam fears it could mark the end for their adventures in whatever.
12 Mar 2011
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Here's the story: two talented teams of USC Film School students won the SUBWAY Fresh Artists™ Featured Filmmaker Challenge. One of these teams creates "Do Whatever" about two young men, Sam and Max, with potential... potential to Do Whatever. Unfulfilled in his job working at a law firm, Sam comes up with a brilliant alternative career path-- to do whatever. What is Do Whatever, exactly? It's all in the company's name. If you need something, anything done, they're your guys. Do Whatever finds Sam and Max in hilarious and unpredictable situations. But just as the business is taking off things get complicated by Helmi, Max's sweet online girlfriend who lives in Finland. As their long distance relationship deepens, Sam fears it could mark the end for their adventures in whatever.
23 Mar 2011
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Assassin's Creed III review. *******www.ClassicGameRoom**** Shop CGR matey! *******www.CGRstore**** Classic Game Room reviews ASSASSIN'S CREED III from Ubisoft for PS3 (also available for Xbox 360 and PC). The "New World" is home to this adventure featuring Connor and lots of Redcoats waiting to be wacked and throw into the harbor! Is it a movie, is it a video game? Assassin's Creed III is amazing but one gets the feeling that focus was lost midway through production. Beautiful cinematic landscapes surround the player and impress while riveting music roars through the speakers but one wonders how much attention was put towards gameplay which seems repetitive and dull compared to Assassin's Creed II. Every building is climbable, every enemy is stupid and the plot moves at a snail's pace but there's still something incredible about the landscape that Ubisoft creates for Assassin's Creed 3. Fans of the serious may genuinely enjoy it and love every second spent tearing through the woods or old-school Boston, or they may be bored out of their mind waiting for something... anything... to happen. It's the Once Upon a Time in America of video games. A bit of a back handed compliment, but you need to see that movie to really get the point. In any event, AC3 is impressive and deserves praise for its merits, but if you're looking for a fast paced action game, this isn't it. Assassin's Creed 3 has an amazing soundtrack by videogame composer, Lorne Balfe. In conclusion CGR thinks that the music, visuals and production value surpass the game play in AC3, except for the boat scenes! Naval battles rock!
20 Nov 2012
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DVD at *******www.cfnews****/WYD.htm - John Vennari's complete 2 dvd set available on line. Mr. Vennari attended World Youth Day in 2002 and reports "I looked for something, anything, that Popes Pius IX, Leo XIII, St. Pius X, Benedict XV, Pius XI and XII would recognize as Catholic. I saw nothing they would approve and plenty they would condemn."
14 Oct 2008
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Available 11/24/2009 *******FUNimation****/SgtFrog Keroro's platoon is back at full force, and the troops are finally ready for action! There's just one problem - planet Earth is a big place for five froggy aliens to conquer by themselves. So when the Sergeant blows his allowance building model mechs instead of financing the invasion, the platoon's only hope becomes finding a weakness in humans they can exploit. Whether it's telling ghost stories, sabotaging field day, or rigging bikini contests, Keroro's crew has to prove they can do something - anything at all - better than the tyrants who'd rather see them clean bathrooms than enjoy the spoils of war. Contains episodes 14-26.
25 Oct 2009
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40 UNDER 40: 2009 Tired of bad news? We are, too. So we asked this year's 40 Under 40 honorees to tell us something anything good. And they delivered, with tales of triumph over adversity, inspiration drawn from family and friends, good advice from mentors and lessons learned in this historic economic downturn. Read Jimmy Jellinek's profile below. Growing up in Highland Park, Jimmy Jellinek stole copies of Playboy from his friend's dad. Now, with ad sales at the magazine down 47% in the third quarter, Mr. Jellinek's job is to save the glossy he hankered for as a teenager. He plans to play to a younger audience, a strategy seen in recent issues featuring a graphic novelization of Quentin Tarantino's "Inglourious Basterds," and a cover sporting Marge Simpson. "We want you to be shocked, titillated, read great journalism, great fiction, and be 100% culturally literate," he says. Mr. Jellinek says he always knew he wanted to be a journalist, editing the papers at his high school and college, where he majored in Russian history because "I was going to be the Time bureau chief in Moscow." Instead, he launched his journalism career with a job as an assistant at Rolling Stone. "He's naturally plugged into the zeitgeist," says Stephen Colvin, who as president of Dennis Publishing USA hired Mr. Jellinek as editor of Stuff in 2005 and backed his promotion to editor of Maxim in 2006. Ann Saphir SOMETHING GOOD: "We're in the middle of a Darwinian extermination event for media, and when the dust settles, there will only be a few primates that will be able to climb out of the muck," he says. "Playboy will be one of them." Meantime, he says, "I get to do cool (stuff)."
13 Feb 2010
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Album: Something/Anything?
5 Mar 2010
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-We chose 'When You Believe' because its stating when you have faith in something anythings possible. As well as, because it was recorded for the 'Prince of Egypt' based of the book of Exodus in the Bible. The Holocaust marks yet another time of Jewish captivity, the first being undercontrol of the Egyptians, now the Nazis. -We chose the first qoute and picture because it shows that the Jews weren't ashamed of thier religion. The picture depicts two young boys wearing their symbol of pride. -The second quote was of the deceased father and son, so we chose a picture of the headstones of a father and son. Elie witnessed this at only 15 years of age. -The third quote shows a former concentration camp detainee, lifting his arm to reveal his 'new' name. It fit perfectly to pair this quote and this picture together. -The fourth quote was of a man soon to be executed showing & expressing the hope he had for a reformation of Europe. The picture shows a man being executed at the edge of a mass grave, looking into the camera as if he were taking this one for his people. -In the fifth quote it states Hitler was the only man who carried out his dredful promises to the Jews, even though they were promises not to look forward to. We chose a simple picture of the man himself to go alongside the quote. -The sixth quote & picture show/tell of the entrance gate to Auschiwtz, were it says ARBIET MACHT FREI (translated work makes you free). -The seventh shows how men and women were segregated during this depressing time. -The eighth is depicting the uncertanty of why this and that, in a form of lost hope. -The last quote and picture (the pic being Michaelangelo's painting of God in the Sistine Chapel) are focused on the doubt of God's ability. That he's done nothing, so he must of been lynched as well.
9 Nov 2011
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The clip the cat in the hat appears from Cat in the Hat (2003) They sat in the house... on that cold, cold, wet day... with no fun to have... and no games to play. They could just stare out the window... or perhaps get a nap in, and hope that something, anything might happen. Quit bothering the fish. I know. Quit bothering the fish. Spit hand! Oh, gross! Get that away from me! Get it away! Then something went bump. What was that? How that bump made them jump. I think it came from the closet. Conrad? Conrad. Come on, Conrad. You shouldn't scare people. You should've seen the look on your face. It was like you saw a monster... A monster? Where? That could've gone better. What was that? I don't know. Looked like a humongous cat. "Humongous"? I prefer the term "big-boned" or jolly. " Now, what are we hiding from?
10 Nov 2011
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The clip what to do next from Couples Retreat (2009) Honey, we'll go to the waterfall with you. We�ll grab our drinks and go. Yeah. We could all go together. It�ll be beautiful. Hon? I was thinking that maybe we might go back to the room, huh? Bolt the door, draw the shades, huh? Just shut the whole world out and sit Indian-style and really explore our feelings. Daddy! Wake up! It's too deep! You, you having a nightmare. You isn�t even in the water. It's nighttimes. Look, you said we was going to have fun, so let's get up, let's dance, let's do a shot, let's do something. Anything. Baby, let's just go back to the room, all right? I don't want to go back to the room. I don't want to go to sleep. We're not going to sleep. We're not? Mmm-mmm. What we going to do in there? For real?
12 Nov 2011
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The clip Going to die from The Dark Knight (2008) with Heath Ledger They told me that only one of us was gonna make it and that they were gonna let our friends choose. Okay, Rachel. It's gonna be fine. It's gonna be all right. They're coming for you. Listen to me. I'll help you. Just talk me through what's going on with you. -Can you find something, anything, sharp? -I'm trying. -What's--? -Shit. Harvey? Harvey, what's happening? All available units, converge at 250 52nd Street. Do you wanna know why I use a knife?
18 Nov 2011
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